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douglas and rescued his victim. it was around 8:00 when he followed the girl and her mother home from this walmart. he grabbed the girl, threatened her mother with a rifle, and drove off with the child. >> reporter: a few hours later, she spotted a car parked next to help at the marina. >> i'm bless the to be able to -- blessed to help somebody else. and i think everybody happened for a reason. >> reporter: police moved in to arrest the little girl -- realist the man. >> this individual approached her daughter, and her, and skvked the daughter to -- asked the daughter to come with him. the mother realized he was not from social services and he left. >> reporter: there was no police report made about the earlier attempted abduction on thursday. last night, police say video from the walmart gave a clear look at douglas. >>> joe fonzy caught up with some of the 49er faithful. >> reporter: throughout the entire state of wisconsin, this is it a very calm sight. this is not! [ cheering and applause ] >> reporter: the 49ers hosted a mid-at a rally today -- midday hale today. >> we moved out
phone. this is what he uses to look in your easier. >> now you have my eardrums. >> reporter: douglas predicts there will be a day when parents will send videos like this to their doctor for diagnoses. >> we're taking the most common tool and turning it into a medical tool to meet important needs. >> reporter: doctors engineers and entrepreneurs gather to show off the latest prototypes aimed at monitoring health and keeping people out of the doctor's office. like this facebook for patients that takes pictures over time of a wound that is healing so a doctor can monitor progress from afar. >> it creates efficiency through having the ability to reduce follow-up visits. >> reporter: even a sonogram that connects to your iphone or ipad. >> they can freeze it. >> reporter: these types of home diagnoses devices will grow the industry into a billion dollar industry in just five years. >> we've seen growth rates between 35% to 50% and in some cases 75% to 100%. >> reporter: it's a promising sector of healthcare but don't expect to see them in stores immediately. clearance from the fda takes time, but
home last night. police have not yet determined at charges david douglas will feys. cornell bernard has the latest. >> the seven-year-old was found inside t suspect's car here at the antioch marina last night. police say a possible sexual assault of a child is part of their investigation, and because of that we will no longer report her name or show you he picture. police say 43-year-old david douglas' car was spotted two blocks from the antioch police station friday night. the seven-year-old kidnap victim was found with him alive. >> i'm happy we found it anywhere and the girl was returned safely to her family. >> la shay burks tipped off police after she spotted the suspect's car and started honking her car horn. >> led to ushis little girl, being knowsy. it's okay to be nosey, it paid off last night. >> david dglas of an county was arreed without incident. he has no connectn tohe family and is not a registered sex offender. the sear for the girl began at 6:45 after police say douglas followed the family home from wal-mart. at the mother's child was unloading groceries, the suspect pr
-old david douglas' car was spotted two blocks from the antioch police station friday night. the seven-year-old kidnap victim was found with him alive. >> i'm happy we found it anywhere and the girl was returned safely to her family. >> la shay burks tipped off police after she spotted the suspect's car and started honking her car horn. >> led to us this little girl, being knowsy. it's okay to be nosey, it paid off last night. >> david douglas of an county was arrested without incident. he has no connection to the family and is not a registered sex offender. the search for the girl began at 6:45 after police say douglas followed the family home from wal-mart. at the mother's child was unloading groceries, the suspect preached, grabbed the girl at gunpoint, and drove off. an amber alert was activated. the search lasted almost four hours. on thursday, police believe douglas tried kidnapping another child at the antioch wal-mart. surveillance video helped identify him. >> announced he daughter to come with him. the mother realized he was not from social services and he left. >> very scary
have not determined what charges david allen douglas will facere investigating a possible sexual assault. for that reason, we're no longer reporting the girl's name or showing her picture. we see what police are saying about the kidnapping. >> reporter: police say 43-year-old david douglas' car was spotted two blocks from the police station. the 7-year-old kidnap victim was found with him alive. >> i'm happy we found it anywhere and the girl is returned safely to her family. >> reporter: they tipped off police after they spotted the suspect's car and honked the horn. >> being nosey led us to this little girl. it's okay to be nosey and it paid off last night. >> reporter: he was arrested without incident and has no connection to the family and is in the a registered sex offender. the search bebegun at 6:45 after douglas followed the family home. as the child's molter was unloading groceries, he grabbed her and drove off. the search lasted four hours. on thursday police believe douglas tried kidnapping another child prom their mother. >> he worked for social services and asked the
home from the wal-mart store. they have identified a person of interest, david alan douglas we are being told. they are looking for a suspect vehicle which is described as a gold 90s four-door toyota camry. >> we will keep you updated on this on twitter as well as abc7 news bay area. >>> troubled smart phone maker blackberry is accusing a company backed by ryan seacrest of being a rip off artist. it submerged in a lawsuit in san francisco federal court. the suit targets an iphone keyboard made by typo products, a los angeles start up by seacrest and another entrepreneur. they say typo copied the keyboard. >>> a man who won part of the second largest jackpot in history took a long time to claim it because he forgot to look at the ticket. he purchased it in san jose at jennie's gift shop. he set it on his dresser and went on vacation. when he got back home earlier this week he woke up at 3:00 a.m. remembering the purchase. he checked the ticket and saw the winning numbers. he woke up his wife and told her the good news and quit his job as a delivery driver. >> he said he called h
, and the girl was returned safely to her family. >> police arrested the driver, david douglas. he has no connection to he family and is not a registered sex offender. the search for the girl began after police say douglas followed the family home from a shopping trip at wal-mart. when the mother was unloading groceries, the suspect approached, grabbed the girl at gunpoint and drove off. police believe douglas tried to kidnap another child at the antioch wal-mart on thursday. surveillance video helped identify him. >> social services announced the daughter to come with him. the mother quickly realized he was not from social services and he left. >> the girl's family is requesting privacy but says she is happy to be home with her family. the police investigation continues. in antioch, abc7 news. >> to developing news. a polar cold blast is gripping much of the nation type of. school has been cancelled for monday chaos minnesota. the first state-wide closing in 17 years. all because of extreme low temperatures on the way. may not get any warmer than ten below on monday. in maine, many st
-old david allen douglas, police say the girl appeared to be unharmed. but because it is unknown if she was sexually abused, we have decided not to use her name or photo. earlier in the evening the girl and her mother were unloaded groceries in the car, when police say a man grabbed the girl and pulled out a gun. the mother told police she thought the kidnapper had├▒r followed them from walmart, the same walmart where police say douglas propapproached another n and her daughter yesterday, saying he worked for social services. >> asked the daughter tcome with him. the mother quickly recognized he was not from social services and he left. >> reporter: police say the kidnapping appears to be a random act, and the idea that somebody was targeting children at a walmart has rattled many shoppers and parents. >> it is very scary, i mean, now days, you have to be on alert. >> reporter: michelle birch is glad there was a happy ending this time. >> thank god, thank god. >> reporter: a motive is not clear at this time. douglas is not a registered sex offender. he is being held at the county jail i
say the suspect, david douglas, followed the girl and mother home from a walmart and showed a gun. he allegedly forced the 7-year-old into his car and drove off. a few hours later at the antioch marina a woman got a call from a sister who saw the amber alert. she realized a car matching the description in the alert was nearby. >> i was going to knock on his window, because i saw him. there could not be an adult under him, he was laying too flat. i honked the horn on my car to stop it. the car that stopped was a police officer undercover. i kept punching the horn and he jumped out and he got out of the car. >> the 7-year-old was declared safe and sound and reunited with her family at the police station. >>> investigators are still searching for a motive for the kidnapping. douglas is in jail on $4 million bond. he's also a suspect in two attempted kidnappings at the same walmart. neighbors say douglas recently lost his job. >>> if your health insurance is now through covered california you have a little extra wiggle room to make your first payment. the deadline is extended now until ja
happened to her after she was taken. 43-year-old davis douglas is behind bars after accused of kidnapping this girl. he followed the victim and her mother home from a nearby wal- mart around 8:00 last night. douglas grabbed the girl threatened her mother with a rifle and then drove off. an amber alert was issued for his and toyota camry and several hours later a woman saw a car that was parked and she told us she saw a man inside of that car. she had a bad feeling and began to honk her horn and that's what alerted an undercover police officer who was driving by. >> i'm blessed to help somebody else. i'm thankful that i was there, and i think everything happens for a reason. there was a reason i was there and there was a reason why i didn't go to that man's window. he had a gun and he could have shot me. >> the accused kidnapper, in this case, has a criminal history, but is not a registered sex offender. it comes on the heels of an attempted kidnapping a day earlier and it happened at the same wal-mart store where this victim was shopping with their mother. in this case, store surveillance
is in jail for kidnapping a girl. david douglas graped -- grabbed the girl in front of her home the suspect was arrested hours after the alert was broadcast. they are asking that the privacy be respected. there were a number of family and friends that showed up to share in the joy. they arrested david douglas for arresting the girl in front of her home. an alert was issued when she went missing. the child and mother pulled up to the driveway on the 3800 block of hummingbird drive after shopping. douglas followed them home in his 1990 camary. he grabbed the girl and took off. the police department followed up on leads and confirmed that he was the suspect. it was spotted in a parking lot. douglas and the victim were inside the car at the time they approached the vehicle. he was arrested and natalie, who was not injured, was reunited with her family. >> douglas' home is away from the wal-mart and the victim's house. we spoke with neighbors that saw him regularly, they were shocked to hear of his arrest in the case. >>> three lanes of i-280 were closed due to a deadly crash. the chp says a veh
it against him in later campaigns. steven douglas used it in the late 1850 when running against lincoln and came up in the presidential campaign as well. >> during his presidency, what is an issue he worked on or had secretary of state worked on. that wasn't necessarily tied to the civil war? >> well, it was all tied to the civil war. the primary thing was keeping the european powers from recognizing the confederacy, which could have been changing the course of the war or american history if they recognized the confederacy. it was the biggest thing. lincoln also had to deal with a series of crises, with britain, france, spain. russians were friend at the time. it showed up in the middle of the war on the pacific coast. it was an issue. he used the russian ships to kind of play off the french a little bit. so it was a lot going on that i think people don't realize on the global stage. one of the things that interested me about this period there are similarities to our own times. it was not the parallels aren't perfect. britain was the world's kind of economic superpower at that time. lin
of the antioch marina. this is where place say they cornered 343-year-old david doug -- 43-year-old david douglas and rescued the young victim. it was around 8:00 last night when police say douglas followed the girl and her mother home from this walmart. investigators say he grabbed the girl, trettenned her -- threatened her mother with a rifle and trove off with the child. an amber alert was issued for douglas's tan toyota camry. >> we had been sitting next to that car for about 20 minutes. >> reporter: a few hours later, lashay burks spotted the car parked next to her. she saw people inside and it didn't seem quite right. so she tried to get help. >> i'm blessed to be able to help somebody else. i'm thankful i was there, you know, and i think everything happens for a reason. there was a reason why why i was there -- why i was there. >> reporter: police moved in and police say the man they took into custody may have tried to abduct a different girl just a day earlier here at the same walmart on lone tree way. >> this individual approached her daughter and also approached her and noted he worked
saga. now gov douglas the province and the aberdeen stop the government of the south why shouldn't the camp though i admit but reading god is up hiking in the day's end of this. it echoed in it and i was the initial bids in indiana on the sun is via a friend in addition to think these two countries. we have been chosen to commit to attending. i mean say that from nineteen seventy four to nineteen eighty two as many as twenty seven of constant and taking funny actually it's an eye in the us cheney for the units had to dash to defence academy on the east room. it often. i am even suspended due to the fight to the condiment to eat and then sold it. don't ever seem strange and resumed and the national defence academy in two parts and seven. and then i needed to go into debt in other news not slim enough even the officers have been tainted. many officers went bust out my ninety two to achieve tridentine talks. i mean i'm coming into the offices. the premise that they would be nice to get from this together we had because of the dvd and from many countries. this is the best of the atte
calvo is back with family members this morning. police are questioning 43-year-old david douglas. they have not revealed what charges he faces. they earlier identified him as a person of interest in the girl's abduction. calvo was taken from her mother at gunpoint in front of their home on hummingbird drive around 6:45 last night. douglas allegedly followed them home from a walmart store on loan tree way. they were unloading groceries when he grabbed the girl, pointed the gun at her mother and dragged the girl to his car. a woman flagged down a passing car. >> i went to my car and honked the horn to stop the car. the car that stopped was a police officer under cover. i kept honking the horn and he jumped out with the gun. >> we had a similar incident yesterday at the walmart where a mother was with her daughter and this individual who has been id'd is a person we have in custody, approached her daughter and also approached her and noted he worked for social services and asked the daughter to come with him. >> antioch police know douglas from previous encounters but say he is not
for kidnapping a 7-year-old girl in antioch. police say david douglas snatched natalie calvo in front of her home yesterday evening. as alecia reid tells us within hours of an amber alert being released. suspect was caught and arrested. >> reporter: natalie calvo's family is happy to have her home and safe and ask that privacy be respected as she settles in. there are a number of family and friends and neighbors who showed up at their home to share in the joy of having her back. police arrested david douglas for kidnap aing 7-year-old natalie from in front of her home. an amber alert was issued as soon as she went missing. the child and her mother pulled up to her driveway on the 3800 block of hummingbird drive after shopping at a nearby wal- mart. douglas had followed them home, grabbed the young girl and took off a. the antioch police department followed up on leads and confirmed the 43-year-old was the suspect. his camry was spotted in the antioch marina parking lot. both douglas and the victim were inside the car at the time officers approached the vehicle. he was immediately arrested and nat
-old is pack with her parents. someone recognized the car that led to her rescue. david douglas was arrested. they earlier identified him as a person of interest in the girl's ab drugs. the girl was taken from her mother at gunpoint in front. their home at hummingbird drive 6:45 last night. douglas allegedly followed them home from a wal-mart store. they were unloading groceries when the man grabbed the girl, pointed the gun at her mother and dragged nationally to his car. later a pittsburgh woman at the antioch marty reasonerra saw a shirt less man in the back of a gold toyota with someone. she knew about the amber alert and passed down a very fortunate passing car. >> i went to my car to honk honk the corn and the guy jumped out and he was a undercover police officer. >> we had a similar incident yesterday at the wal-mart where a mother was with her daughter and this individual, who has been i. d.as the person we have in custody, approached her daughter, and also approached her and noted he worked for social services and asked the daughter to come with him. >> the chief said that prior inc
to get jenny by famed australian explorer douglas mawson. reports from israel to former prime minister and the treaty to areas sharon's condition has worsened and is like for them. the eighty five to note is said to speed up the fight he is has been in a coma. the second is the second of two strokes in two thousand and six. his being in a persistent vegetative state since then israeli media sources are reporting is up with a real estate debt leading to a worsening his condition officials of the host os i attended before is being treated refused comment by government sources have also been a sign in. it's understood his son to his bedside. my wonderful friend the former minister could die in a matter of days if his condition continued to decline. during a lengthy korea sharon was haha d controversial figure among many factions both inside and outside israel. the uh the only one or more the somali capital mogadishu has been hit by triple crown nonsense i can actually hit town. one private and incentives is set to carry a death and dead and seventeen wounded people and will instead tell i
for peace in the middle east. plus michael douglas and catherine decezeta-jones, toget again? >>> welcome back, everybody. former president george h.w. bush tweeted for the third time ever thursday. giving a shout-out to presidents obama and clinton. mr. bush thanked them for their get well wishes and advice for barbara and cracked a little joke saying she doesn't take the advice of every president she knows. >>> a spokesman for the bush family sent out a tweet saying mrs. bush is doing great. he noted she's excited to get home to her dogs and oh yeah, her husband, too. >>> secretary of state, john kerry, met with israeli prime minister benjamin netenyahu thursday to further middle east peace talks, while acknowledging peace is an uphill battle, kerry showed optimism. >> we are now five full months into this negotiation. we have always known that achieving peace is a long and complicated process. it's a tough road. but this is not mission impossible. >> today secretary kerry meets with palestinian president, mahmoud abbas. >>> former defense secretary robert gates actually suffered a frac
. the suspect, david douglas, followed the girl and her mother home from a wal-mart and showed a gun. he forced the 7-year-old into his car and drove off. a few hours had later at the antioch marina, a woman got a call from the sister, who had seen the amber alert. she realized the car , matching the description, was nearby. >> i was going to knock on his window, guy's window. i saw him laying down. i'm like there cannot be an adult laying under him, because he was laying too flat. i went to my car and honked the horn. the car that stopped was a police officer. >> the 7-year-old was safe and sound. investigators are still searching for motive. douglas is in jail on $4 million bond and also a suspect in two attempted kidnappings at the same wal-mart. neighbors say he recently lost his job. >>> if your health insurance is now through cover california, you have a little extra wiggle room to make your first payment. the deadline is extended until january 15th that's for policies affective january 1st. as long as you pay by the new deadline, you will be covered all month. the extension was granted.
identified a person of interest, david alan douglas we are being told. they are looking for a suspect vehicle which is described as a gold 90s four-door toyota camry. >> we will keep you updated on this on twitter as well as abc7 news bay area. >>> troubled smart phone maker blackberry is accusing a company backed by ryan seacrest of being a rip off artist. it submerged in a lawsuit in san francisco federal court. the suit targets an iphone keyboard made by typo products, a los angeles start up by seacrest and another entrepreneur. they say typo copied the keyboard. >>> a man who won part of the second largest jackpot in history took a long time to claim it because he forgot to look at the ticket. he purchased it in san jose at jennie's gift shop. he set it on his dresser and went on vacation. when he got back home earlier this week he woke up at 3:00 a.m. remembering the purchase. he checked the ticket and saw the winning numbers. he woke up his wife and told her the good news and quit his job as a delivery driver. >> he said he called his boss and left a message that went something like sor
followed home from the wal-mart store. they have identified a person of interest, david alan douglas we are being told. they are looking for a suspect vehicle which is described as a gold 90s four-door toyota camry. >> we will keep you updated on this on twitter as well as abc7 news bay area. >>> troubled smart phone maker blackberry is accusing a company backed by ryan seacrest of being a rip off artist. it submerged in a lawsuit in san francisco federal court. the suit targets an iphone keyboard made by typo products, a los angeles start up by seacrest and another entrepreneur. they say typo copied the keyboard. >>> a man who won part of the second largest jackpot in history took a long time to claim it because he forgot to look at the ticket. he purchased it in san jose at jennie's gift shop. he set it on his dresser and went on vacation. when he got back home earlier this week he woke up at 3:00 a.m. remembering the purchase. he checked the ticket and saw the winning numbers. he woke up his wife and told her the good news and quit his job as a delivery driver. >> he said he called h
on friday evening, court police this man david allen douglas followed them home and showed a gun and shoved the girl into his car. police were called and sometime after 11:00 the girl was rescued. >> the rescue of the 7-year-old happened here at the antioch marina. thanks to a couple of things including an amber alert and an observant woman who was willing to get involved. even at some perm risk. -- personal risk. the woman is lashay burkes. >> we were parked next to the car, that was crazy. >> reporter: she and her sister were hanging out at the marina when she got a call from another sister. >> she told us what kind of car it was. i said we're sitting next to a gold toyota. >> reporter: her sister warned her the man might have a gun but burke's pressed on. >> i was going to knock on his window. the guy window because i saw him laying down and i thought there cannot be an adult laying under him. i went to my car and i just honked the horn to stop the scar and the car that stopped was a police officer undercover and i just kept punching the horn and he jumped out with the gun and he took --
on a high-profile committee as well. this was the one domestic issue that kennedy mastered and paul douglas was the same and who is not inclined to be complementary. and he was marveled at kennedy's ability to understand the complexes of the waiver legislation and kennedy got involved in this effort to pass the legislative reform and he passed a modest bill in the house and it went into negotiations with the house in a very different bill emerged. and it had the potential to be a serious policymaker. and what i like to say is that kennedy was for foreign policy. and i think that might be interesting to this group here. and he was also the assistance of kennedy, he couldn't get enough of foreign policy and i was just stunned at his features on foreign policy because they were part of it. and he was very clear in his own head, france was on a mission that would fail in china and vietnam and we were just seen as colonial occupiers were not going to win, the smartest thing would be just to cut their losses and get out. and this includes how a western power would not succeed in vietnam. and a lo
arrived and arrested the driver, 473-year-old david allen douglas. >> i kept looking at the car. somebody is in the back seat of the car. the windows was all foggy. there is somebody in the back seat. i was going to knock on his window. thank good i didn't. >> police say the little girl was with her mother in the driveway of their home in antioch unloading the car last night, douglas drove up. grabbed the girl. when the mother tried to stop him, the man allegedly pulled out a gun. police say the girl appeared to be unharmed. but because it is possible that she was the victim of sexual abuse we are choosing not to reveal her name or photo. douglas is now at the contra costa county jail. his bail its set at $4 million. >> a 5-year-old boy back home tonight safe after an intense search in east oak land. daryl carter iii at the park, attending a function waiting for his mother to pick him up. last seen in the computer room. and was reported missing around 3:00 this afternoon. officers set up a command post and started searching around the recreation center at 77th and kraut. daryl was found f
to create the landscape ribbons. don douglas demanded the best quality. the sculptor in this court yard called ribbons is the heart and soul of the building. it's meant to adapt to the moments like this. it can be a place of respite. the sculptor responses to the hierarch of the skrurlt with the ribbons. this major emphasis on the horizon is to compliment the architecture and it is perfect to the historic use. from under no circumstances ribbons the sculptors that you see to the side rise and fall and create pathways of decomposed granite that anchor the space. there's actually an interesting story about the fountains. when arthur brown completed the designs in 1932 the court yard was never completed because of guess what, budget adversaries (laughter) so it's good to know we're not alone in our contemporary conditions. but i was able to get ahold of the original plans and they showed those like wedding cakes had had or that are different so i replaced those with the cubes and i was able to in that way like the court yard itself really complete the historical nature of the building and
have given us this picture of the possible suspect, his name, david douglas. this seven-year-old was last seen wearing a pink sweater and gray pants. police say a man grabbed the child and forced her into a car. the mother tells police she tried to stop it but the suspect pulled out a rifle and the suspect and possibly a get-away driver sped away. we'll continue follow the story. >>> brutal weather gripping the northeast today. this is columbus circle west of central park in new york city. 6 inches of snow fell in the city. but that's not the worst. long island, 8 inches of snow forcing cancellations at the eight port. in fargo, north dakota, several accidents on the road. in winnipeg, canada, cars were frozen to the ground, all of it wreaking havoc on air travel in sfo, just one of many airports impacted. how are the delays looking for tomorrow? >> reporter: the airport says they have 38 cancellations here. most of the problems were earlier in the day. things are worked out but there's still delays on the board. dozen of flights were canceled and more were delayed. the
douglas from previous encounters but say is he not a registered sex offender. >> the flu is being blamed for the death of a santa clara county woman in her early 40s. first mr. death thissen while health officials are so alarmed. >> the cold and flu medicine has been flying off the shelves at this san jose cvs store. she just got over the flu. >> i don't really want to describe it. >> it was bad? >> yeah. >> santa clara county health officials say the flu season is just getting started and the death of a 41-year-old woman along with a hospitalization of seven others here is raising red flags. >> both the woman that died, as well as the kisses of this been in icu, they have all been people in their 40s, 50s. you know, fairly young, young people. >> thedom innocent strain so for this season is the h1n1 virus, also known as the swine flu, the one responsible for the woman's death on november 23rd. the centers for disease control said it hits the young and middle age hearder then older people who may have developed some immunity after facing a similar strain in the 1940s and 50ths. >> it's a
and transition to a life of athletics. >> to paraphrase douglas, it's hard to fix a broken man. what we really want to do is--we do take aim at trying to really help guys who are--who grew up with the nfl players association and retired soccer and helping those guys in their transition when they're 25, 30, and 35 and up. we started the athlete foundation to attack this at the grass roots. you don't even have academic advisers at the high school level. they're not engaging with them until the collegiate level. the lower we can attack this problem, the more success we're going to have with helping the adult. >> this is going to be something that will fake a long time to solve. >> we'll get the community involved: >> so who is to blame when student-athletes are not ready for life after sports? tweet us your thoughts. we'll get them in right after the break. >> every sunday night, al jazeera america presents extraordinary films from the worlds top documentary directors this week: is love enough? >> that was a dream of ours... four children.... >> a little girl, removed from everything she's ever k
an incredible success. what she said was that with all of the things, douglas macarthur once said that blacks are my best soldiers. they are better disciplined than the men and they became so successful that in the end they had hundreds of other responsibilities because they had been such a great group of people that did a great job. so that was the transition. i have about 10 minutes left in trend left and i would love to take your questions. this is something that is dear to my heart. i am so pleased that i have been able to share with you some of the things about the great women that have really helped to shape america that was recognized as early as the 1700s that gave america the advantages we have. thank you. [applause] >> you have a question? >> i have a question. >> that was wonderful, thank you. do you feel like if there are more than women in congress now we would have a little bit more productivity? [laughter] [applause] >> i have to say that my experience in working with my women colleagues has shown that we do find a way to go forward with wins on both side and make progress for
douglas in connection with with that kidnapping. he took natalie calvo from her home. police found douglas' car in the parking lot of the antioch marina. natalie was in the car at the time but was unharmed when police found her. >>> new this morning, the 49ers are in frigid green bay getting used to the sub 0 temperatures. mike felton is in green bay where he found the faithful. >> reporter: good morning from appleton wisconsin, i'm at the 49ers team hotel. they're staying in appleton, which is 30 miles southwest of green bay. they arrived late last night. you can them arriving at the hotel and they will not have a long time to get acclimated to the weather before the kick off a. we know temperatures are expected to be around 0 degrees with a nasty windchill. and here are the faithful here to route on the team. i found one fan who drove here from reno. >> 2000 miles to get here. it took us 2 1/2 days and we drove to bring our baby to see his team get beat by my team, the 49ers. the packers will lose today. >> and of course she's talking about sunday's game there. now, the packers did sell
. according to police. this man, david allen douglas followed them home, showed a gun, forced the seven-year-old into his car and drove off. that was about 6:45:00 p.m. police were called some time after 11:00 and the girl was rescued. an amber alert and an observant woman got involved. the woman is lashay burkes. she says she sand her sister were hanging out at the arena when another sister told her about the amber alert. >> her sister warned her the man might have a gun, but she pressed on. >> i was going to knock on his window, the guy's window. i saw him laying down. i thought there cannot be an adult laying underhim because he was laying too flat. so i went to my car and honked the horn. the car that stopped was a police officer undercover. i kept punching the horn and he jumped out with the gun and he got the guy out of the car. >> reporter: the seven-year-old was safe and reunited with her family. police are not commenting on the case, but now focusing a prosecution. don knapp, kpix5. >> they are still looking for a motive on kidnapping. douglas is in jail on $4 million bond. sh
gun control legislation is a civil rights issue? rights.uman >> ok. >> douglas? >> i agree with that. the few -- the focus on human rights is pretty essential. in terms of what we are really talking about in many respects is not what the civil rights laws say or the execution of civil rights laws or what the constitution says, we are talking about whether all americans, especially young people, know that they can live in a secure society and one that is not pushing unfair obstacles to achievements. i throw it out as a bit of a challenge, people who say that they are motivated on civil rights, they have gotten distracted in many respects. particularly legislators, they have gotten distracted on civil rights, which is about not letting the things that used to happen happen. we have all of these laws in place to stop what used to happen, and what used to happen for the most part has stopped. grotesque examples of civil rights violations around voting and other things have largely gone away, we have these laws in place to prevent the things that used to happen, and now we are in this kin
. this was the one domestic issue. paul douglas, fairness and other who was not very inclined to be complementary. he marveled at his ability to understand the nuances and complexities of labor laws, liberal legislation, and kennedy get involved in this very complicated effort to pass the reform. fifty-eight to 59. he passed and the modest bill and the house. it went into a conference committee. he passed a modest bill in the senate. it went into negotiations with the house. a very different bill emerged of what kennedy has some ability shape the final product. and that was when people thought that he had the potential to be kind of a serious, serious policy maker. i think kennedy left that experience and a never going to get involved in that kind of complex domestic issue again. certainly well on rent for president. i think that was interesting. kennedy as a foreign policy senator. think that might be particularly interesting to this group here. as i suggested earlier, kennedy love foreign affairs, history. this was his first love. i had a wonderful interview with harris wofford was a former senator
was driving. he was taken into custody. he's identified as 43-year-old david alan douglas. >> the mother attempted to stop the male from abducting her daughter, and when she approached him, the male produced what's been described as a rifle and the mom stopped. he was able to force the child into the car and then fled the scene. >> according to police natalie had no apparent injuries and was promptly reunited with her family. police are continuing to investigate the abduction. >>> there is now an agreement that enabled the family of jahi mcmath to move her out of children's hospital oakland. a flurry of legal proceedings played out on friday. the end result is that the family can move jahi who has been declared brain dead as long as her mother takes full responsibility for her care. but a county judge ruled that he will not force children's hospital oakland to insert feeding and breathing tubes before her transfer. the family is hoping to do that with some independent doctors. >> this is a victory in terms of getting us one step closer to move. >> wouldn't it be great if they were able
the secretary of labor thomas perez and republican economist douglas holtz-eakin. >> ifill: plus, a promising but still unproven approach to combating alzheimer's targeting those at high risk before they show symptoms. >> when my father was still alive and i looked at him, all i saw was my destiny. and i was frightened for me, but i was more frightened for my family. >> woodruff: those are just some of the stories we're covering on tonight's pbs newshour. >> major funding for the pbs newshour has been provided by: charles schwab, proud supporter of the pbs "newshour." >> and by the alfred p. sloan foundation. supporting science, technology, and improved economic performance and financial literacy in the 21st century. >> and with the ongoing support of these institutions and foundations. and... >> this program was made possible by the corporation for public broadcasting. and by contributions to your pbs station from viewers like you. thank you. >> ifill: bitter arctic cold gripped the midwest, pushed eastward and dove into the deep south today. millions of people across dozens of states faced
expedition commemorating the 100th anniversary of a journey led by australian explorer douglas mawson. last week things went wrong. battling the weather, the ship sent a satellite distress signal after high winds trapped the vessel in ice. >> a chinese icebreaker came within six nautical miles of the ship. bad weather and ice conditions kept the ice breaker from reaching it. these explorers hope that the "aurora australis," located 100 miles away can free them. >> it is making way, but very slowly, due to the ice, as well as the weather conditions. there are snow showers at the moment and it is poor visibility out there. >> despite being stuck in 13 miles of ice, 10 feet thick, a ship is not in danger of sinking. chris turney is a leader and said in a skype interview from the ship that even though they are at a frozen standstill, the 74 reachers crew say they are doing fine. moral is high. >> it sounds worse than it is. everyone else, i'll reassure you is comfortable below decks, where they are having a cup of tea or coffee. >> we have enough food and water. we have plenty of fuel on board.
to stop a nuclear physicist from hiring out. >> happy birthday to gabby douglas, who's 18. anthony hopkins is 76. i'm veronica de la cruz >>> keeping the olympic athletes safe. the new steps being taken to morning after a pair of suicide bombings in russia. >> an entire city is told to evacuate after a train derails and catches on fire. >> new york city puts the final touches on tonight's new year's eve celebration. we'll tell you what will be missing from this year's event. >> a live look on this tuesday morning, taking a look here you can see over san francisco. we get things rolling on this last day of 2013, december 31st. this is "today in the bay." >>> good morning to you. it's 4:30. i'm peggy bunker. >> i'm laura garcia-cannon. lots to get to.
. cbs had to turn to a 31-year-old douglas edwards to host the first television broadcast from 1948 to 1962. i really found no characteristic closing line from edwards, but his replacement, someone who became the most trusted man in america, according to one national poll, developed the most well-known slant off line of all during his 19 years at cbs news. walter con cite was everyone's dutch uncle. the face and voice that broke the news of the john f. kennedy's assassination of 1963 and told of the space program and the escalation of the war in vietnam and asayssassination of martin luther king and robert kennedy. he would say "and that's the way it is"&american's trusted that walter told them walter told them the way it is. he was followed by dan rather who was a 32-year-old reporter when kennedy was short. he was an assistant of cronkite for many years until he was the anchor in 1982. he moved to a modest closer saying, "that's a part of our world tonight." from this is london to that's the way it is to that's a part of our world tonight, these changes by
have to be using social media to your advantage. when douglas talked about creating your own media, the same thing happened. you look at ustream, you look at live stream, all the efforts to stream your own content. if you're doing something from a particular route or whatever and you're spending your own content, you are not waiting for the local affiliates to show up to to all these constituents, go here to watch our live rally. that's out occupy wall street -- folks were not covering it. they were going to the live video stream. we have to embrace all of those ways of communication to drive this public policy issue. i want to go back to one final issue before we go to the floor with questions. douglas, you made this point i want to come back to it, and you mentioned education at you mentioned charter schools. the issue of education i believe also is a civil rights agenda. here's something that's interesting. when we talk about what happens with education, if you look at the numbers of those who are failed, they are largely black and to spend. in terms of the numbers, look at scho
for public comment any any public comment? >> i'm douglas. >> i would actively speak in favor of this item and put on the record some special considerations to be considered. on ocean avenue there was a special use development where safe way stores antidepressant the main retail and then a above that there's good news condos built brown above that and safe way failed on that location and the location has been on and off antidepressant. i haven't driven by it lately so you might want to consider what happened to safe way and hopefully it won't happen to fulton street and on the record i'd like to make a prediction there's going to be a failure near city college. according to my research the tenant is a miss match for that neighborhood and sufbl that won't work and we'll have two projects on ocean where both will fail so let's not let that happen on fulton street. also since we're on the subject of special use district i'd like to propose why candle stick can't be torn counsel and used for homeless services veterans housing and also for nonprofit offices. i think those 3 uses will definitely
in for mike douglas and roger was for mike douglas and roger was there. myad has atror afib.illation, he has the most common kind... ...it's not caused by a heart valve problem. dad, it says your afib puts you at 5 times greater risk of a stroke. that's why i take my warfarin every day. but it looks like maybe we should ask your doctor about pradaxa. in a clinical trial, pradaxa® (dabigatran etexilate mesylate)... ...was proven superior to warfarin at reducing the risk of stroke. and unlike warfarin, with no regular blood tests or dietaryestrictions. hey thanks for calling my doctor. sure. adaxa is not f people with artificial heart valves. don't stop taking pradaxa without talking to your docr. stopping increases your risk of stroke. ask your doctor if you need to stop pradaxa before surgery or a medical or dental procedure. pradaxa can cause serious, sometimes fatal, bleeding. don't take pradaxa if you have abnormal bleeding or have had a heart valve replaced. seek immediate medical care for unexpected signs of bleeding, like unusual bruising. pradaxa may increase your bleeding risk if yo
at gunpoint right outside her own home but she's been found alive. police say 43-year-old david douglas followed the family home from walmart and grabbed the girl. investigators found the victim inside douglas' car several hours later. thank goodness she was not hurt. >> some sad news from the music world. legendary singer phil everly, one half of the everly brothers, has died. phil's wife says he died from complications from lung disease. he was 74 years old. >> quite a run. >>> at this hour, there are growing concerns over safety during the winter olympics in sochi. today, russian president putin signing a decree to beef up security at the games set to begin a little more than a month from now. all of this after two deadly bombings in southern russia in recent weeks. as an insurgent leader is calling on his followers to attack these very games. but this is not the first time the olympics has been a target. does the kremlin have what it takes to keep sochi safe? let's bring in retired major general, a fox news military analyst. happy new year, thank you for being here. >> thanks, same
. reunited with her family. this man, david allen douglas under arrest. police say he has no connection to the family. he followed them home from a wal-mart store earlier in the day. a good samaritan, spotted douglas and recognized the car from information, broadcast in an amber alert, alerted police. she said being nosy paid off. >> that sccould be your child o niece. so close to you. >> relief for an oakland family after their child disappeared this evening. daryl carter iii nowhere to be found when his mother went to pick him up this afternoon. a search party went block by block, looking for daryl. he was found at a neighbor's house. >> new at 11:00, san francisco police are investigating a car accident involving a pedestrian in the inner richmond district tonight. a pedestrian was struck by a car at 17th avenue and california street after 9:30. that person was rushed to the hospital. the driver stopped and remained at the scene. two people were injured after another collision between a pedestrian and vehicle in san francisco. a motorcycle hit an elderly pedestrian at the corner of 6
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